Angler, a luxury seafood restaurant in the Beverly Center, is worth the hunt

Luxury seafood from star chef Joshua Skenes at Angler in the Beverly Center.
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • September 12, 2019
A server in a fitted jacket stands at our table at Angler, a 3-month-old luxury seafood restaurant in the Beverly Center, leaning over a small wooden cart. His object of focus is a palm-sized banana pancake — flavored with ripe banana but also...
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